5th Annual Conference Interagency Interaction in Crisis Management and Disaster Response 2017

CMDR COE carried out its 5th Annual Conference Interagency Interaction in Crisis Management and Disaster Response 2017 on June 1-2 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference was held under the patronage of the Deputy Prime Minister for Public Order and Security and the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Bulgaria, Mr. Krasimir Karakachanov.

In the second day of this conference, Dr Nina Dobrinkova from IICT-BAS (IMPRESS project member) presented "Implementation of the IMPRESS project platform in real test case scenarios".

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The CMDR Interagency Interaction conference is an annual event which brings together subject matter experts, researchers and educators, planners and developers, advisers and various actors working in the crisis management and disaster response domain in order to promote a lively debate on relevant issues.

The productive work and lively discussions throughout the two-day event have led to achieving the main objectives of the CMDR COE annual conference, including  the dissemination of knowledge concerning Lessons Identified/Lessons Learned in disasters relief and humanitarian assistance, consequence management and the ways of mitigation the effects of the natural and manmade calamities, as well as exchanging ideas among the members of the crisis management community of interest, providing opportunity for the researchers to present their work and share experience with other actors in the same field,  and sharing data and facilitating cooperation between research institutes and governmental organisations.

You can download IMPRESS paper for this conference through the Publication area or directly through here.

 Conference presentations and photos from the event are availiable thorugh the official website.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 608078.